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Marimbalovania

Marimbalovania

The musicians of Pulse Percussion perform an energetic marimba cover version of the fast-paced techno track Megalovania from Undertale. We’re impressed that three musicians playing on the same instrument don’t bump into each other.

Megalovania PVC Pipe Cover

Megalovania PVC Pipe Cover

Musicians Aaron Grooves and Snubby J teamed up for this lively cover version of the track Megalovania from the game Undertale, performing it on a Blue Man Group-inspired PVC pipe marimba, also known as RimbaTubes. We also spotted Snubby and Heather Freed’s great pipe and harp cover of Paint It Black.

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Everybody Wants to Rule the Marimba

Everybody Wants to Rule the Marimba

If there was ever a song that suited itself perfectly to the marimba, we’re going to say it’s this one. Sit back and enjoy this delightful cover version of the Tears for Fears track Everybody Wants to Rule the World, performed by Michael Charles Smith and Giorgia Capobianco.

Such Great Heights on Marimba

Such Great Heights on Marimba

Music teacher and arranger Michael Charles Smith knows how to get the most out of the marimba, as is demonstrated by his students Preston Bushnell, Sophia Domreis, Tyler Griffith, and Baden VanHuis cover of The Postal Service’s 2003 classic Such Great Heights.

Marimbian Rhapsody

Marimbian Rhapsody

A warm and soothing cover version of Queen’s rock opera classic arranged and performed by a quartet of talented musicians: Sam Novack, Lakshmi Sawhney, Jordan McElroy, and Michael Charles Smith If you fancy yourself a marimba expert, sheet music is available here.

Marimba Days Are Over

Marimba Days Are Over

A charming and thoroughly entertaining cover version of Florence + The Machine’s 2010 hit track Dog Days Are Over, arranged by Michael Charles Smith and performed by the students of his Marimba Lab. Their cover of Portugal. The Man’s Feel It Still is wonderful too.

Super Marimba Bros.

Super Marimba Bros.

Musician and tap dancer Aaron DeWayne turns in a fun and lively four-mallet marimba cover of the classic Super Mario Bros. theme song with performance flair to spare. We want this version as a ringtone now.

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